National Buffalo Association Publication Archives

Vol 12, No.5, September-October, 1984

Doc Ken’s Korner – Tuberculosis
Dr. Ken Throlson, Buffalo!, Vol 12, No.5, September-October, 1984.

This short article by the original “buffalo vet” briefly discusses tuberculosis in bison.

One Very Sad Tale
Donald A. Long, Buffalo!, Vol 12, No.5, September-October, 1984.

This article should be titled “Why NOT to Use Immobilizing Doses of Sedative Drugs When Transporting Animals” and is a good lesson about transporting bison. But, these were the early days, weren’t they?


Vol 13, No.2, March – April, 1985

Doc Ken’s Korner – Poisonous Plants
Dr. Ken Throlson, Buffalo!, Vol 13, No.2, March – April, 1985.

This short article by the original “buffalo vet” briefly discusses plants that are poisonous to bison.

From Atop The Corral Fence
Jim Hartmann, Buffalo!, Vol 13, No.2, March – April, 1985.

A very good article about equipment and handling bison.

Breeding For Maximum Profits
an exerpt from Buffalo Management & Marketing, Buffalo!, Vol 13, No.2, March – April, 1985.

An article with some advice about breeding bison.


Vol 13, No.3, May – June, 1985

Doc Ken’s Korner – Neonatal Scours
Dr. Ken Throlson, Buffalo!, Vol 13, No.3, May – June, 1985.

This short article by the original “buffalo vet” briefly discusses reovirus and corona virus scours in bison calves.

Questions and Answers – On Feeding Buffalo
Anonymous, Buffalo!, Vol 13, No.3, May – June, 1985.

A Q & A article about feeding bison. The info may or may not be useful depending on where you live and what feed is available.


Vol 13, No.4, July – August, 1985

From Atop The Corral Fence – Equipment
Jim Hartmann, Buffalo!, Vol 13, No.4, July – August, 1985.

A very good article about chutes and alleys designed for bison.


Vol 13, No.5, September – October, 1985

From Atop The Corral Fence – Handling Facilities
Jim Hartmann, Buffalo!, Vol 13, No.5, September – October, 1985.

A very good article about facilities designed to handle bison.

We Manage 88 Sections and 3,000 Head of Buffalo
Jack Errington, Buffalo!, Vol 13, No.5, September – October, 1985.

Extensive bison ranching in the 1980’s – How they did it back then!